I find myself very fortunate again to be sat in our friends house in Queenstown looking out over Lake Wakatipu on a beautiful sunny day. Amazingly it is already Autumn and there is no doubt about it in this part of the country as the mornings have suddenly become considerably colder! Only a couple of months ago we were walking the dog around here in shorts and tee shirts in the mornings whereas now you definitely need a warm jacket. Still with views like this I'm certainly not complaining :-)
It's been a very busy month with looking after students during a week in Christchurch and then having family visit us for the first time at our place in Central Otago. It was great to be able to share some of the things we love so much about this area. I'm happy to say that the consensus of opinion is we made a great choice to settle where we have.
Photographically wise this month I continue to explore the local areas and find new hidden gems to point the camera at. The weather is forever changing giving wonderful light and dramatic skies....those unpredictable weather patterns are my favourite times to be out with the camera. It's not all landscapes this month though as I've definitely had an eye for the unusual leading to an eclectic collection of images from February.
Next month I'll be writing about my month while sat in sunny Scotland, did I say sunny.....somehow I doubt it ;-)